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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comics Get Resurrected by BOOM! Studios

The Scoobies head back to high school for an all new series.

Buffy Summers is back in a brand new Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic from Boom! Studios.

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Let’s Pair Members of the Trump Administration with Their Buffy the Vampire Slayer Counterparts

Is there a rogues gallery more insidious than the individuals currently occupying the White House?

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Marti Noxon Is Here for the New Buffy the Vampire Slayer Series

The showrunner had a change of heart after finding out more about the project.

When news of the planned Buffy the Vampire Slayer reboot broke, the internet lost their damn mind. After all, BtVS is one of the most beloved series ever, with a rabid fandom that has lasted over twenty years since the series first premiered.

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Dark Horse’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comics Run is Coming to an End

Into every generation, a slayer is canceled.

After four seasons and several spin-offs, Dark Horse's Buffy the Vampire Slayer series is coming to an end. In an interview with Comic Book Resources, Joss Whedon confirmed that the run was ending as the rights to the franchise revert back to Fox.

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Why Does Everyone Seem to Hate the Idea of a Buffy Reboot?

Rumors of a Buffy remake have made the rounds before, and reboots of '90s shows have been popping up left, right, and center recently, from Roseanne to the X-Files and Roswell. TV networks and streaming services seem to be milking the nostalgia factor ‘til every last drop, but we still hoped this would be one franchise the industry would leave be.

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James Marsters Says He Is Open to Playing Spike in Buffy Sequel

“I am open to whatever Joss has in mind.”

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Why I’m Excited for Kiersten White’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer Novel

Although the recent announcement of a Buffy the Vampire Slayer reboot has been met with mixed reactions, there are other ways to get your fix. The Buffyverse is finding new life in a series of young adult novels by acclaimed author Kiersten White, the first of which will be published by Simon & Schuster this January. White is the writer behind two very different YA trilogies: Paranormalcy and The Conqueror’s Saga.

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Monica Owusu-Breen Confirms New Buffy Series Will Be a Sequel, Not a Reboot

The upcoming Buffy series showrunner, Monica Owusu-Breen put out a statement on her Twitter saying that the show will be more of a sequel, with a new character and a new Slayer.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer is Getting a New and Inclusive Reboot with a Black Lead

If the apocalypse comes, DM me.

21 years after it first entered the cultural lexicon, Buffy the Vampire Slayer is being rebooted for a new generation. Series creator Joss Whedon will executive produce the series, which is being written by Monica Owusu-Breen. Owusu-Breen previously worked on Agents of Shield, in addition to developing and showrunning Midnight, Texas on NBC. A woman of color leading the series? All of the yes.

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Marti Noxon Regrets Killing Tara in Buffy: The Vampire Slayer

"There were parts of season six where I feel we went too far."

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The 11 Most Groundbreaking Buffy the Vampire Slayer Episodes

In every generation, there is a chosen one ...

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is undeniably one of the most groundbreaking teen genre series of all time. From its very first episode in 1997, Buffy turned the traditional "dumb blonde" damsel in distress trope on its head, portraying Buffy as a formidable warrior who had the unique ability to save Sunnydale from the forces of darkness. The show, which ran on the WB and then UPN from 1997 to 2003, changed our understanding of what it means to be a hero.

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Exactly One Year After a Sinkhole Opened Up Outside Mar-a-Lago, One Appears on the White House Lawn

Quick question: Does anyone actually have Buffy's beeper number?

It's being reported that a sinkhole has appeared on the lawn of the White House, and it's hard to know exactly what to make of that. Are memes finally gaining sentience? Has the planet finally given up on us and is trying to do itself in before Scott Pruitt gets the chance? Do we have a real-life Hellmouth situation happening?

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Despite a Beautiful Legacy, Buffy‘s Willow & Tara Were a Toxic Couple

I'm thankful that Willow and Tara existed, but I'm happy that we have moved the needle forward.

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Things We Saw Today: Rose McGowan Releasing a Memoir Called ‘Brave’ & We Can Not F-ing Wait!

Rose McGowan releasing a new book, Krypton casts a major villain, and the Academy is deciding if Casey Affleck will present Best Actress at the Oscars.

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Joss Doesn’t Get to Ruin Buffy. She Doesn’t Belong to Him Anyway.

In light of the open letter from Joss Whedon's ex-wife Kai Cole, many feminist nerds find themselves in a time for soul searching. A lot of people are wondering if they have to give up something they loved, something that was formative to their feminist or queer identity because of one man's terrible behavior. Joss fansite Whedonesque even shuttered in light of the allegations. While they were also clear that they had been considering the move for a while, it certainly made a strong statement.

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Play My Favorite Musical Episode Once More With Feeling

The song in your heart could be a bitter suite or put a little love in your heart. I've heard it both ways.

Here's just a few of our favorite musical episodes of some great television shows.

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Sarah Michelle Gellar Is Still Getting Death Threats Over Her Answer to the Angel/Spike Question

Don't be this person.

Twenty years after the premiere of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," people get really mad at Sarah Michelle Gellar over her answer to the Team Angel or Team Spike question. Don't do this. Don't be this person.

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Things We Saw Today: What Princess Leia Looked Like in Rogue One, Pre-Special Effects

Through the magic of the movies, Princess Leia had a cameo in Rogue One, wherein she very much resembled a young Carrie Fisher. Norwegian actress Ingvild Delia was behind the buns—but just wait until you see the actor who played Grand Moff Tarkin before Industrial Light & Magic layered on the CGI.

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Netflix’s April Losses Are a Bloodbath of Our Favorites, but They’ve Got Some Great Additions in New MST3K and Bill Nye

Netflix might as well have staked us in the heart.

Every month, we pore over the list of what Netflix is adding and losing, rejoicing in the coming of new favorites and mourning the loss of classics—and the desperate impossibility of binging it all in the few days remaining. This month, those feelings are especially acute, since we're losing Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The X-Files, and the original seasons of Arrested Development but replacing them with Mystery Science Theater and Bill Nye.

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Things We Saw Today: Happy 20th Anniversary, Buffy!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered 20 years ago today and went on to change the face of television.

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